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Malaysia's acting transport minister is "cautiously hopeful" after signals consistent with a black box recorder had been detected by an Australian navy ship.
Japan's Daiichi Sankyo said on Monday Sun Pharmaceutical Industries will buy its Indian unit Ranbaxy Laboratories in a deal valued at $4 billion.
Demand for LNG in Asia is growing and that is positive for Australia, but there are issues with competition, the Premier of Western Australia said.
Investors getting excited about a turnaround for India's economy following the world's largest election should take a breath, analysts told CNBC.
Three separate but fleeting sounds from deep in the Indian Ocean offered new hope in the hunt for the missing Malaysian airliner.
Elections in India and Indonesia, alongside key economic data from China are likely to be the key events for Asia this week.
Japan and Australia will announce a basic trade agreement on Monday, featuring cuts to tariffs on beef and cars
The biggest election the world has ever seen begins Monday with India looking likely to embrace a coalition led by a Hindu nationalist.
You can fly in your own suite on Singapore Airlines or opt for a budget seat on AirAsia. The airline industry in Asia offers something for everyone.
India’s opposition leader Narendra Modi, the front-runner to lead Asia’s third-biggest economy following a general election, is a divisive figure.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said it will conduct stress tests after banks saw a spike in bad loans last year.
About 20 percent of China's economy is shrinking and 80 percent is growing moderately, according to independent economist Andy Xie.
The stock market darling of 2013 has lost some of its luster this year, but according to Capital Economics, investors are being too harsh on Japan.
China's central bank reiterated on Thursday its pledge to maintain appropriate liquidity and to enhance the financial sector's ability to serve the real economy.
The Chinese already have a huge appetite for South Korean pop and fashion commodities. Now they're after another must-have item: a driver's license.
China's stimulus package designed to boost spending on infrastructure projects has raised the question of whether Beijing is resorting to its old ways.
Short-seller Jim Chanos tells CNBC that China is "panicking" now that its economy faces a slowdown and lending bubble.
Shopping centers in Asia have become the latest essential item on retail investors' shopping list, according to Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
Xiaomi is making great strides in the global smartphone race with two of its models ranking in a list of the world's top 10 bestselling smartphones.
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Nicole Wong, regional head of Property Research at CLSA, says China's property market is seeing improving conditions on the back of supportive policies.
The European Central Bank emphasized on the open-ended nature of its bond-buying program Thursday, which will likely be supportive of equities, says Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director, Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments, explains why China's growth target for 2015 "doesn't make sense."